LAMPASAS, Texas (KWTX) A 30-year-old Lampasas charged with invasive visual recording after images of a female family member were secretly recorded and then shared was free on bond Friday.
Joshua De La Cruz, 30, posted bonds totaling $2,000 on a charge of invasive visual recording and also a charge of driving while license invalid with a previous conviction, authorities said Friday.
Lampasas police Lt. Charlie Boswell said officers arrested De La Cruz after a family member complained that suggestive pictures of her were taken without her knowledge and then without her permission shared the with others.
“I don’t think he was trying to evade us, but we were having a hard time finding him, but then he got stopped for a traffic violation (Thursday night) and the warrants showed up,” Boswell said.
The initial invasive visual recording charge was filed in July, he said.